I have been working at CareCloud full-time (More than 3 years)
CareCloud is a place where you go to work because you want to thrive in a "startup" atmosphere. If you work hard, it will be recognized and you will have the support you need to be successful. I wake up excited to go to work every morning and looking forward to the challenge. The people who work at CareCloud are like family members -- everyone is close and we all have the same goals. People at CareCloud are passionate about what they do and that's what makes it exciting. The innovation at this company is incredibly special and you always feel like you’re doing something important for our customers. It’s not just about the ping pong table and the unlimited PTO, but it’s more about working side by side with people who truly care to be the best at what they can be every day.
Because of the fast pace and continual change, it's incredibly important to speak up and be in constant communication with your leaders. Not necessarily a con, but something to get used to.
Advice to Management
Continue to improve communication and direction. Everything you're doing is being noticed and appreciated!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at CareCloud (Miami, FL) in January 2017.
First phone interview was 11/14. Then 2 more phone interviews on 12/9. Then onsite interviews in Miami with 10 people!! Yes, 10. I left with a great feeling as I felt all interviews went well. The company is very young and energetic. They took me on a tour and I met a lot of different employees from different areas. I would be working remotely and we talked salary, I was told benefits and told I would be hearing from them early the next week. I left feeling that I would be offered a position. The hiring manager told me, when I arrived for the interviews, that he had resigned but I met the new hiring manager and felt very comfortable. Unfortunately, I got a call from the Headhunter I had been working with that they decided "to go in a different direction". I'm not sure what that meant and got no further clarification. I honestly feel it was age related. They told me my work history was impeccable so I think this was to see me and see if I'd fit in, which I thought I did, other than the age difference between me and the majority of the people I saw. And 10 interviews is excessive. I understand that you have me for the day, as they flew me in for the interviews, so they wanted to take advantage of my time, but meeting with 10 people, having already had 3 other interviews. I think it is a good company and I liked what I saw but have a bad taste in my mouth after their decision, with no feedback given as to their reasoning.